Professor of Physical Chemistry
School of Chemistry and Chemical engineering
University of the Chinese Academy of Sciences
Address: 19A, Yuquan Road, Beijing, China
2. MS in Environmental chemistry, Peking University (1987.7)
3. PhD in Physical chemistry, Graduate University of the Chinese Academy of Sciences(2003.8)
2008-2009, Visiting Scholar, Department of Chemistry, Stanford Uni ersity
1987 - 1998, The School of Material Science Technology, China University of Geosciences
• Hua Dong, Bo-Zhen Chen*, Ming-Bao Huang, and Roland Lindh, “The Bergman Cyclizations of the Enediyne and Its N-Substituted Analogs Using Multiconfigurational Second-Order Perturbation Theory”, Journal of Computational Chemistry, 2012, 33 (5), 537-549.
• Chengyin Wu, Yudong Yang, Zhifeng Wub*, Bozhen Chenc*, Hua Dong, Xianrong Liu, Yongkai Deng, Hong Liu, Yunquan Liua and Qihuang Gonga*, “Coulomb explosion of nitrogen and oxygen molecules through non-Coulombic states”, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2011, 13 (41), 18398-18408.
• Qing-Li Zhang and Bo-Zhen Chen*, “DFT studies on the cascade rearrangement reactions of the cubylcarbinyl radical”, Journal of Physical Organic Chemistry, 2011, 24 (2), 147-154.
• Hua Dong, Bo-Zhen Chen*, Ming-Bao Huang and Hai-Bo Chang, O-loss photodissociation of the OCS+ ion in the low-lying electronic states studied using multiconfiguration second-order perturbation theory, International Journal of Quantum Chemistry, 2011, 111 (14), 3578-3587.
• Hua Dong, Bo-Zhen Chen*, Ming-Bao Huang, Shu-Yuan Yu, “Electronic states of the C6H5CN+ ion studied using multiconfiguration wave functions”, Molecular Physics, 2010 (15), 108, 1991-1997.
• Qingli Zhang, Bozhen Chen*, “Theoretical studies of the effects of substituents on the ring opening reactions for the cyclopropylcarbinyl radical”，Journal of Molecular Structure: THEOCHEM, 2010, 941 (1-3), 10-21.
• Qingli Zhang, Zengxi Li, Bozhen Chen*, Theoretical study of intramolecular anion radical cycloaddition of the phenyl-substituted bis(enone), Journal of Molecular Structure: THEOCHEM, 2009, 901(1), 202–209.
•Elementary chemical processes ( including organic radical cycloaddition reactions and charge transfer reactions ) in the gas phase and in solution.
•Homogeneous catalysis and heterogeneous catalysis reactions.